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, but do they work? dr. jon lapook has the results of a new investigation. and anthony mason with unforgettable debate moments. >> there you go again. >> who am i? >> you're no jack kennedy. >> pelley: so give a listen. >> i'm all ears. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from denver. >> pelley: good evening, president obama and mitt romney meet here tonight on the stage behind me at the university of denver for their very first debate. the stakes are high because 34 days before the election this race is still up for grabs. the latest poll of likely voters by the "wall street journal" shows the president with a three-point lead over governor romney, 49% to 46%. but that's within the margin of but that's within the margin of error, so it's very nearly a tie. the debate tonight is the first chance voters are going to have to size up the candidates side by side. we have a team of campaign 2012 correspondents covering the debate, but first, the candidates themselves. we caught up with the president and governor romney on
to meningitis. they're racing to treat anyone pofected with the killer disease. dr. jon lapook has the latest. s aryl attkisson on unanswered pleas for more security before the u.s. ambassador to libya was killed. ki >> i feel like we were being asked to play the piano with two hengers. >> pelley: the debate gives mitt romney a boost. pelley:new polling tonight that hows a change in the race. reports from jan crawford and nancy cordes. nd jim axelrod with an executive who's found a formula for succeeding in a tough economy. it's another at-bat for "money ball." >> we essentially have to have players whose performance is toter than what we're paying shem. than wha captioning sponsored by cbs ptios is the "cbs evening news" s"ith scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, in ohio police are searching for victims of the meningitis outbreak. in tennessee, they're reaching out with a phone bank. today federal officials titimated 13,000 americans received steroid injections that may have been contaminated with a potentially lethal fungus. gas.llnesses have been reported cross nine states. eight people hav
from tainted steroids may be just the idsinning. now dr. jon lapook reports other drugs could be contaminated. and bob orr with the notes noesident kennedy wrote when the world faced nuclear war 50 years ago. captioning sponsored by cbs ng n this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. gor us today the most compelling story in the world involves a 14-year-old girl fighting for igr life. she held up a light against the darkness of ignorance and now millions around the world are watching to see if she will die her her cause. malala yousafzai was taken today to a british hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to the head. a week ago in pakistan, a taliban gunman climbed aboard her school bus to assassinate her because of her long campaign to open schools to more girls in mat country. we have two reports tonight. elizabeth palmer went to malala's hometown in pakistan. but we're going to begin with charlie d'agata in birmingham, england. charlie? >> reporter: doctors here are ast beginning to examine malala, scott, but they said ehis afternoon there
. meningitis spreads to a seventh state. dr. jon lapook looks at what went wrong. and steve hartman "on the road" in search of a pumped-up pumpkin. >> we have a monster pumpkin coming. captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, the dfeadful string is broken. for the first time in 44 months the unemployment rate has fallen falow 8%. the latest jobs numbers from the babor department were surprisingly strong. .hey show the unemployment rate was 7.8% in september. that is down three tenths of a point from august. the economy created 114,000 jobs and the labor department revised upward the job creation numbers for the previous two months. it now says 181,000 jobs were created in july and 142,000 in august. a total of 86,000 more than first reported. we asked anthony mason to tell us what's behind these improved numbers. >> reporter: in circle pines, minnesota, where delkor systems makes food package magazines, c.e.o. dale anderson has hired 40 people this year and now has 160 employees. >> i think the eco
. another death in the meningitis outbreak. dr. jon lapook takes us inside the federal effort to find and dera potential victims. and among the afghan soldiers is u.s. is training are some you might not expect. david martin on the women pilots tonding up to defend their country. captioning evetioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >>pelley: good evening, the boy scouts of america kept files for decades on scout leaders and volunteers who were suspected of sexually abusing boys. scoutouts kept the files to prevent molesters from returning to the organization, but often did did not share what they what with police and prosecutors. the documents paint a picture of serial cover-ups to protect the name of the boy scouts of america. because of a lawsuit, oregon's supreme court ordered the documents released. they became public today and anna werner has our story. >> reporter: the 1200 documents cover incidents from 1965 to 1985. they describe actual or suspected sexual abuse by volunteers or troop leaders. ndhn anderson says he was alested by a scout mast
alleged violations by the pharmacy blamed for tainted drugs. dr. jon lapook has the late- breaking story. sharyl attkisson has obtained e- on has obtainednight of the e-mails from the night of the attack on the u.s. ambassador in benghazi. what the obama administration knew and did not know. now it's a two-week sprint to a date wit >> our campaign is full speed ahead. >> i won't be running the okey- doke. >> pelley: reports from nancy cordes, jan crawford and debate moderator bob schieffer. and bill whitaker in los angeles with a program bringing kids from the chaos of the streets into harmony with the world. >> music is like my meditation. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. investigators say they could see with their naked eyes black specks of deadly fungus floating in viles of steroids due to be injected into patients across the country. late today authorities said a criminal investigation would be opened and they would move to revoke the license of new england compounding center. that's the pharmacy identified as the
administered. >> pelley: seth, thank you. dr. jon lapook is our medical correspondent. john, seth just said the c.d.c. is investigating how the vials were contaminated. how might they have been wentaminated? haat are the possibilities? >> reporter: scott, that medication is supposed to be prepared in a sterile environment but if there's a breakdown in the system there could be contamination in the fungus. it's common in soil, decomposing leaves and even floating in the air. >> pelley: if the fungus is everywhere, as you describe it, why is it so dangerous in this case? >> reporter: in somebody with a normal immune system the lungs filter it out. ouen you inject it directly into the spine, that's like a straight highway to the brain. >> pelley: jon, thank you very ver. it has been more than three weeks since that deadly terrorist attack on the u.s. s.nsulate in benghazi, libya. today, the libyan government finally allowed a team of f.b.i. agents to see the crime scene. four americans were killed in that attack, of course, including ambassador chris stephens. the agents, with a u.s. military
outbreak of meningitis was operating illegally. dr. jon lapook has the latest. and elaine quijano on a debt america can never fully repay. owed to this hometown hero. >> this is awesome. okay? ( cheers ) yeah. . captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. tonight's face-off between vice than vit joe biden and congressman paul ryan is getting a lot more attention than vice presidential debates usually get. the obama campaign is looking to biden to stop the momentum mitt , mney has enjoyed since the debate in denver, which governor romney was widely perceived to job is . ling.s job is to keep romney's al gallu rolling. today's national gallup poll of likely voters shows governor romney with a slender lead of one point over the president. of course, that's within the lly a tie.error so it's essentially a tie. tonight's debate is at centre college in danville, kentucky. nancy cordes and jan crawford danville. first we'll go to nancy, covering the vice president's campaign. nancy. >> reporter: scott the vice president arrived here in ken
pharmacy, but what the f.d.a. told us today about that pharmacy came as quite a surprise. here's dr. jon lapook. >> reporter: the food and drug administration tested 50 vials suspected to be a source of contamination in the meningitis outbreak. they found all 50 were contaminated by bacteria or fungus. the f.d.a. says internal n.e.c.c. documents show the company tested a vial from the same lot in august and labeled it sterile. the inspection also focused on the clean room at n.e.c.c. a clean room like this one is where ingredients are mixed to make sterile medication. the f.d.a. discovered n.e.c.c.'s own monitoring repeatedly found mold and bacteria growing on walls and surfaces. equipment used to sterilize medicine had "greenish-yellow discoloration" and "air ducts were dirty." according to the f.d.a., there's no evidence n.e.c.c. did anything to fix the problems. the n.e.c.c. responded today saying "we will review this report and will continue our cooperation." >> pelley: jon, thanks very much. we'll look at a key race in the battle for control of the senate. and we have the first vide
the region and the power began going out in new york city, back up generators at one hospital failed. dr. jon lapook was there as personnel raced against time to save the sick. >> reporter: the dark halls of nyu medical center led to halls submerged under 12 feet of water. >> looks like a swimming pool. >> reporter: dr. robert grossman is the ceo of the hospital. >> we had failure of our primary power, secondary power, back up systems failed within 30 minutes. so we went from functioning perfectly to being completely out of power. >> reporter: it quickly became a race against time to evacuate 300 patients including 20 newborns from the neonatal intensive care unit. when i arrived shortly before midnight, ambulances were lined up waiting to transport patients to nearby hospitals. the doctor demonstrated how hospital personnel used plastic sleds to transport patients down dark narrow staircases. >> one, make sure that they got off of the floor. the other was who was the sickest? who could go down first. >> reporter: 31-year-old christine was in the intensive care unit with complications followi
, jon bon jovi and jennifer hudson. president obama praised them all while poking fun at himself. >> and everybody here is incredible professionals. they're such great friends. and they just perform flawlessly night after night. i can't always say the same. >> reporter: it was the first public acknowledgment that his debate performance wednesday night might not have been the strongest. earlier sunday on "face the nation" campaign strategist david axelrod admitted the president wasn't completely happy with his showing. >> the president is his harshest critic. without getting into detail, i think you can assume that he's reviewed the tape. and it will inform -- it will inform how he handles these subsequent debates. >> reporter: axelrod and other top aides and supporters spanned out across the sunday talk shows to try to blunt the impact of the debate. and all shared the same message about mitt romney. >> i think he was dishonest. absolutely. >> i give him a d minus on substance and truthfulness. >> it was big bird meets the big lies. >> the underpinnings and foundation of that per
a star-studded campaign concert on the play bill jon bon jovi, katy perry and jennifer hudson. the fund-raising push comes on the heels of yesterday's announcement that the obama camp raised $181 million in september. a record month for either side in the 2012 presidential race. the romney campaign has yet to release its september numbers. but officials there say they saw a surge in donations after last week's debate. and raked it in 12 million dollars in less than 48 hours. today in part st. louisie florida president obama brought up the president's uneven debate performance. >> days later we're hearing his excuses. and next january we will be watching him leave the white house for the last time. >> reporter: nearly a week later, talk of the debate still dominated the sunday round table. obama senior advisor david axelrod defended the president on "face the nation". >> i think he was a little taken aback at the braz enness with which governor romney walked away from so many of the positions on which he's run. >> reporter: with just nine days until the two men debate again, this time in
of the sixth... st. louis tacked on a few more off the bullpen. serves one up to jon jay. puts this one to bed. sandoval had two home runs but it was merely window dressing. the cardinals win 8-3. the giants will have to run the table if they want to stay alive. >> no other choice. if we lose tomorrow, we go home and we're not ready for that. we can do this. we believe we can do this. we're gonna come back tomorrow and play strong. >> get a couple runs early, off tim. allow adam to settle in a little bit. a lot of times, with great pitchers like tim, if you don't get him early, he's score. >> we've had so many big games for this franchise, how disappointing would it be not to come through in this situation? >> extremely disappointing. when you don't do it, it's just -- not much farther to fall i guess. >> we'll bring it back to san francisco. >> reporter: and the yankees also losers to detroit. detroit going to the world series. hard to put the 49ers on the back burner. they are in a huge matchup. alex smith hoping to put that three interception game against the giants behind him. third quart
out of 170 cases in 11 states. the outbreak is traced to contaminated steroids. dr. jon lapook is here. good morning. >> good morning. >> what do we need to go forward on this story? >> it's changing every day. these compounding facilities make special mixtures of medicines. supposedly one at a time. a kid needs cough medicine special flavoring or something like making special concentration of cancer medication. important function of what's happened up in massachusetts is over time it certainly has grown to be more like a manufacturing plant than like a one off and there's no regulation. >> we've had this huge fungal meningitis outbreak, you're worried because of the lack of oversight, there could be other things in the future we learn about. >> absolutely. what the state official said yesterday in a big conference between the cdc, fda and the state of massachusetts, it seems like a pop up in the short left field, behind the shortstop and in front of the left fielder. the left fielder is the fda. the shortstop is the department of health. each one of
had to evacuate patients last night, losing power and emergency generators failed. dr. jon lapook was there. god good morning. >> god morningod morning, charlie. i got there late last night. the lobby was filled with doctors, nurses firemen, police trying to get people out of the hospital. they've gotten all but 50 out. that included kids neonatal icu kids. four of them were intubated. when i got there, they were being brought out, bagged manually. one was a 29-week-old premature baby, swaddled with a small face mask. >> this nurse was carrying this premature baby and doing some of the -- >> absolutely. >> how could this happen in a hospital like this one of new york's premiere hospitals, that generators fail? >> i found out, and i think this is really news. there were two generators. there was a primary backup generator that was on the roof. then there was a secondary backup generator that was at a lower level. what happened was the flood came in. it took out the secondary backup generator. the problem was that the pump that was lower down that sent fuel up to t
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this morning," bill whitaker in los angeles. >> jon miller joins us now. good morning. what happened here? >> well, they're still piecing it together. but the preliminary information -- and because it's preliminary and this is confusing, that could change. but what appears happen is they're executing a drug warrant on a location. they have a surveillance team on the perimeter. so far that's all routine. this car comes out from around the location and somebody gets on the radio to the perimeter surveillance team and says check that car out before it leaves the area, thinking maybe the suspect is hiding in the back or in the trunk. so this border patrol agent goes to engage the car and say stop, and that's where the story gets foggier, because what we don't know is how did he identify himself? did he have his badge on a chain? did he clearly state police? what we do know is that this thing went horribly wrong. it's possible that from the perspective of the driver, ms. alvarado, she may have seen a guy in plain clothes possibly with a weapon and thought i'm being carjacked and tried to drive
appeared >> now on the jon stewart show and that york t wasn't all jokes.d he faced some tough questions about libya and republicans lastough night were jumping all over this exchange. >> i would say even you would admit it was not the optimal admi response at least to the american people as far as us allimal being on the same page.an people as f >> here's what i'll say. >> yeah. it's >> if four americans get killed it's not optimal and we're going >> repub to fix it. >> all of it. >> all of it. >> republicans are saying the president's characterization of those killings as not optimal not sounds weak and a president whend a preside talking about a terror attack that killed americans, charlie, led should really be using much stronger, more forceful language. >> jan, thank you.n, >>> and cbs news political director john dickerson is here. john, good morning. >> good morning. >> let's talk first about that jo gallup poll that shows mitt romney up seven points. does that suggest this race is es that heading in romney's direction? >> if you're mitt romney you love that number
" with jon stewart so it's a wide range of things they are seeing. >> for sure, not to mention the internet and social media and all that other stuff where people get info. all right. grace lee, thank you. >>> the expansion of a reservoir in contra costa county has dug up more than dirt. they found the remains of native americans at a reservoir. one native american says the developer is doing needless digging and wants it stopped. >> reporter: andrew galvin is the curator at the old mission dolores. some of his relatives are buried in the mission cemetery but it's a humble cemetery. another cemetery has ohlone blood lines. >> back in the mid-'80s my father reburied 200 skeletons. >> reporter: this nondescript plot owned by galvin's family is where up to 8,000 indian remains many discovered at construction sites have been reburied. galvin, his father and cousin often working with developers and burying the remains themselves. so when contra costa county started work on expanding a reservoir, galvin was called in to help retrieve remains many times before expecting that the county would rack
promised to preserve it who promptly put it back on the market. when in jon hoffman and his partner bought the house in june they saw a quirky old house in disrepair on a precious parcel of land. hoffman's partner steve cells. >> you're the bad guy. >> absolutely i am. i'm a wolf in sheep's clothing. >> reporter: they got city approval to sub divide the two acres to build two new big house. >> it was he in never a secret. >> you were going to tear down a frank lloyd wright house. >> that was the intention. >> that's what ignited the controversy. when the partners got a demolition permit outraged preservationists got busy. they got a petition to stop the demolition and got the city planning commission to designate it as a historic landmark. >> never in my wildest dream would i have thought that someone would want to tear down a frank lloyd wright home. >> do you think they are being greedy? >> yes, do i. i think they are in it only for the money. >> reporter: they say they are businessmen needing to turn a profit. they can't restore the gem which they say would cost $2 million and they can'
of all the people during the storm of sandy. >> all patients had to be taken to other hospitals. dr. jon lapook was there with some tiny children were safely moved out. good morning. >> good morning. as hurricane sandy slammed into new york city monday night 10 feet of water flooded seven builds of the new york university langone medical center with the tiniest evacuees most at risk. >> doctors, nurses and hospital staff sought to evacuate patients from nyu langone medical center monday night. the most vulnerable, 20 newborn babies clinging to life in the neonatal intensive care unit. >> all these monitors here, there's a lot of buzzing and everything just went. >> joann's son jackson born 27 weeks prematurely was carried in the dark by a nurse who also held his oxygen tank. >> we had to go down nine flight of stairs that were wet and had adult patients lying on the floors in like stretchers. it was pretty crazy. all of this in complete darkness. >> people running around, pushing gurneys. >> outside the hospital, jeremy checked on his son william who was born three weeks ago with congeni
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